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List of Articles

Volume 8 (1985)

Issue 1
Clinical Comparisons of Traumatic Events and Reactions  3
Rose Edgcumbe and Audrey Gavshon
Developmental Help: Intensive Treatment of a Nursery Child  23
Janet Shein Szydlo
Hunched Shoulders: Muscular Armour in a Prepubertal Girl  39
Pauline Cohen and Anne Bolton
A Bad Start: Observations and Comments from the Well-Baby Clinic  55
Elizabeth Model
Adaptive Parents  63
Nancy Brenner
Mary Flumerfelt  69
Issue 2 - International Scientific Colloquium on Fantasy and Body Representation in Physical Disturbances
International Scientific Colloquium On Fantasy And Body Representation In Physical Disturbances
Programme  77
First Day  84
Second Day  111
Issue 3
Anna Freud's Contribution to Technique and Clinical Understanding in Child Psychoanalysis  155
Rose Edgcumbe
‘Remembering Is So Much Harder’: A Report on Work in Progress from the Research Group on Adopted Children  169
Jill Hodges, Rosetta Bolletti, Frances Salo and Rudolph Oldeschulte
Infant Observation: A Resilient Mother and Baby  181
Marianne Parsons
Diagnostic Thinking about a Boyhood Disturbance  195
Clifford Yorke
Marie Battle Singer  213
Pauline Cohen
Issue 4
Towards a Reconsideration of the Psychoanalytic Theory of Motivation  223
Joseph Sandler
For or Against Child Placement: A Clinical Illustration  245
Hansi Kennedy
Afterword  252
Albert J. Solnit
The Analysis of a Well-Endowed Boy from an Emotionally Impoverished Environment  255
Frances Salo
Observation of a Toddler during a Crisis  275
Pauline Cohen and Barbara Grant
The Entry into Nursery School of a Boy with an Absent Father  283
Nancy Brenner
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